It is the process of condensation of the data for convenience, in statistical processing, presentation and interpretation of the information.
A good table is one which has the following requirements :
- It should present the data clearly, highlighting important
- It should save space but attractively designed.
- The table number and title of the table should be given.+
- Row and column headings must explain the figures therein.
- Averages or percentages should be close to the data.
- Units of the measurement should be clearly stated along
the titles or headings.
- Abbreviations and symbols should be avoided as far as possible.
- Sources of the data should be given at the bottom of the
- In case irregularities creep in table or any feature is
not sufficiently explained, references and foot notes must be
- The rounding of figures should be unbiased.
2.4 Methods of classification
2.5 Relative frequency distribution
2.6 Cumulative frequency
2.7 Bivariate frequency distribution
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